Beer

Tennent’s launches Scotland’s lowest calorie light lager

TENNENT'S has today announced the launch of Tennent’s Light - Scotland’s lowest calorie light lager at 114 calories per pint and 3.5%...

Brewdog announced new visual identity

AS IT moves into its 13th year of trading, Independent craft brewer BrewDog has today unveiled a bold new visual identity, and...

Innis & Gunn crowdfunding campaign raises over £3m

SCOTTISH BREWER Innis & Gunn’s Beer Money crowdfund has now closed. The brand sought to raise £3M to help finance the construction...

Beer Makes the Perfect Pairing at Highland Hotel

ONE OF the Scottish Highland’s most iconic hotels is set to host an exclusive beer tasting dinner for real ale enthusiasts to...

Craft lager will be debuting full nutrition facts on cans

THE UK’S first light craft lager has announced that its new cans will feature full, food-standard nutrition facts and Vegan Society accreditation,...

Attitude without alcohol: Brewdog launches two new alcohol-free beers

INDEPENDENT Scottish brewer, BrewDog has announced it will be expanding its core range of alcohol-free beers with two tasty new additions. Wake...

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SHORE the Scottish Seaweed Company embarks on expansion after £1.7m investment

SHORE the Scottish Seaweed Company (SHORE), the trading name of Alness-based seaweed processing company New Wave Foods Ltd, has expanded its product...

Distillery appoints new chief financial officer

FAMILY-owned distiller and distributor William Grant & Sons has appointed a new chief financial officer. Giles Wilson will take...

Covid-19 loan for Scottish beer firm

EDINBURGH craft beer subscription firm Beer52 has succeeded in meeting an exceptional increase in demand thanks to funding support from Royal Bank...

Edinburgh restaurant crowdfunds its way out of Covid-19 owing to “overwhelming” local support

EDINBURGH-based Spanish bar and restaurant, Tapa, has been flooded with overwhelming support from locals and customers, who have raised over £16,000 ensuring...

Scottish gin distillery secures £250,000 CBILS loan to continue producing hand sanitiser

EDINBURGH-based business Old Curiosity Distillery has secured a £250,000 loan from Royal Bank of Scotland through the UK Government’s Coronavirus Business Intervention Loan Scheme (CBILS).